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Travelled to:
1 × Czech Republic
1 × Denmark
1 × Finland
1 × France
1 × Germany
1 × Italy
1 × Spain
1 × United Kingdom
2 × The Netherlands
2 × USA
Collaborated with:
B.Intrigila'Liguoro A.Piperno A.R.Meyer J.C.Mitchell E.Moggi
Talks about:
calculus (5) combin (4) problem (2) monoid (2) type (2) rule (2) polymorph (1) hierarchi (1) cartesian (1) translat (1)

Person: Richard Statman

DBLP DBLP: Statman:Richard

Contributed to:

TLCA 20072007
LICS 20042004
LICS 20022002
RTA 20002000
TLCA 19991999
CSL 19981998
RTA 19971997
CSL 19961996
LICS 19921992
LICS 19911991
POPL 19871987
LICS 19861986

Wrote 12 papers:

TLCA-2007-IntrigilaS #calculus
The ω-Rule is Π¹₁-Complete in the λβ-Calculus (BI, RS), pp. 178–193.
LICS-2004-IntrigilaS #calculus
The ω-Rule is Π⁰₂-Hard in the λβ-Calculus (BI, RS), pp. 202–210.
LICS-2002-Statman #calculus #on the
On The λ Y Calculus (RS), pp. 159–166.
RTA-2000-Statman #combinator #on the #problem #word
On the Word Problem for Combinators (RS), pp. 203–213.
TLCA-1999-Statman #consistency #equation #theorem
Consequences of Jacopini’s Theorem: Consistent Equalities and Equations (RS), pp. 355–364.
CSL-1998-Statman #morphism
Morphisms and Partitions of V-sets (RS), pp. 313–322.
RTA-1997-Statman #combinator #effectiveness #reduction
Effective Reduction and Conversion Strategies for Combinators (RS), pp. 299–307.
CSL-1996-Statman #monad #on the
On Cartesian Monoids (RS), pp. 446–459.
LICS-1992-LiguoroPS #λ-calculus
Retracts in simply typed λβη-calculus (Ud, AP, RS), pp. 461–469.
LICS-1991-Statman #combinator #monad
Freyd’s Hierarchy of Combinator Monoids (RS), pp. 186–190.
POPL-1987-MeyerMMS #polymorphism #λ-calculus
Empty Types in Polymorphic λ Calculus (ARM, JCM, EM, RS), pp. 253–262.
LICS-1986-Statman #combinator #on the #problem
On Translating λ Terms into Combinators; The Basis Problem (RS), pp. 378–382.

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